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I Carry: Bond Arms Rowdy Derringer in a BAP Pocket Holster

In this week's episode of "I Carry," we look at using a Bond Arms Rowdy derringer in a pocket holster, along with other essential EDC gear.

New for 2019: Bond Arms Rough Series Derringers

After consumers clamored for more-affordable firearms from Bond Arms, the company released two options in its all-new Rough Series of derringers.

New for 2019: Pietta 1873 Single Action Series

Based on the classic line of Colt Single-Action Army revolvers, Pietta Firearms launched an all-new collection of reproduction wheelguns for fans of this iconic design.

Review: Streak Visual Ammunition

Instead of using magnesium for illumination, like standard tracer rounds, Streak Visual Ammunition uses a phosphor-based compound that doesn't produce any fire risk. We took it to the range to see how it performed.

Classic Guns: Colt Single Action Army Revolver

Much attention is paid to the Colt 1911 pistol, and for good reason, but perhaps it's time we acknowledged the original Government .45: the Colt Single Action Army revolver.

New for 2019: IFG Pedersoli Howdah Alaskan 45/410

Designed as a compact, defensive option, Pedersoli rolled out its Howdah Alaskan as a potent, double-barrel pistol inspired by the 1920s-era Ithaca Auto & Burglar.

Single-Action Sweetness: My History With Freedom Arms Revolvers

Since he was a kid, Bart Skelton has always had a soft spot for single-action revolvers. In recent years, this affinity led him to enjoy the line of single-action revolvers made by Freedom Arms of Wyoming.

The Fightin' .45: Origins & History

Our nation’s military and law enforcement relied on .45 caliber sidearms throughout history for its numerous iterations of fight-stopping fodder.

Range Review: Charter Arms Bulldog XL in .45 Colt

Charter Arms took its innovative manufacturing process and produced its Bulldog XL for fans of the .45 Colt, all at an easily affordable price.

The Colt New Service Revolver: A 20th-Century Favorite

Developed during the twilight years of the 19th century, the Colt New Service revolver became a 20th-century favorite for military, law-enforcement and civilian users.

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